Advanced clinical training in the science and application of customizing therapeutic diets and nutrition to the unique bioindividual needs of individuals. Led by Julie Matthews
Individuals have specific dietary needs based on their unique biochemistry, health history, and food reactions. Customizing dietary strategy is necessary, though requires advanced knowledge, experience, and time. Our Professional Program provides the tools and strategies you need for success. Our nutrition course is like no other. Instead of teaching one dietary approach – we provide you the necessary tools to customize your nutrition approach for maximum benefit. Led by a practicing nutrition consultant, this course also includes business and practice tools based on over a decade of clinical experience. And we are the only nutrition training to also recommends technology tools to enhance your practice. BioIndividual Nutrition is the science and clinical application of diet and nutrition intervention that is customized to the unique needs of an individual. Most chronic health conditions have underlying imbalances in immune, digestive, cellular and detoxification function. Factors that can make some people very sensitive to foods and chemicals – even seemingly healthy foods can cause irritability, hyperactivity, inattentiveness, and pain; and can exacerbate oxidative stress and inflammation and deplete underlying biochemical pathways. As a healthcare or nutrition professional, it is crucial to understand the role of food and nutrient deficiencies in your approach. If food reactions and dietary issues are not addressed, your overall healing approach may be ineffective. Our course will help you support your clients/patients by individualizing food and nutrition recommendation based on their unique needs. There is great need for evidenced based diet and nutrition guidance that considers multiple individual variables. Having science and technology working for your helps improve patient outcomes and satisfaction. Our colleagues have been patiently awaiting the launch of Julie Matthews first comprehensive training for clinicians. Julie has educated physicians and professionals at trainings for ARI/DAN!, IMMH, MAPS, and the MINDD Forum in Australia, as there is great need for a body of professionals with advanced understanding and capability for nourishing hope in each person. Upon completion, Certified BioIndividual Nutrition PractitionersTM become part of a supportive network of professionals and researchers committed to improving healthcare through this advanced approach. You’ll be listed on our website, along with other details about your practice.
Mission: Our mission is to establish the legitimacy of individualized diet and nutrition protocols for the prevention and healing of all chronic health conditions.
Here's some of the latest nutrition research.
bioindividualnutrition.com Recent advances in the understanding and treatment of autismDietary and therapeutic strategies for inflammation in autism spectrum disordersSpecific biomarkers could facilitate ASD diagnosis Fighting back with fat: the modified ketogenic diet and MCT oil for autismPANDAS and PANS: The inflammatory a...
There are many body systems and biochemical processes that need to work properly for the body to be healthy and the brain to function well- they require nutrients, a normal inflammatory response, good cellular metabolic function, proper digestion, and adequate detoxification. Most neurological and childhood disorders are whole body disorders.
"Plant fruits contain enzymes in order that their seeds can be dispersed or sprout, using the remains of the fruit as cover or fuel for sprouting. Digestion, on the other hand, must be accomplished in a matter of hours, not days or weeks."
houston-enzymes.com Dr. Houston's Blog Keyword The Truth About Raw Foods and Enzymes Tagged raw food, diet, enzymes, digestion; Posted January 19, 2018 by Dr. Devin Houston Once in a while I get an email admonishing me for not emphasizing raw foods as a source of digestive enzymes. Often it is pointed out to me that if...
A grain and starch free diet and low FODMAPS (FODMAPS are fermentabld carbohydrates that bacteria feed on) diet can be quite helpful for SIBO and dysbiosis for some patients. However, for other individuals completely different principles are necessary.
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There are many reasons for this, from mistakes clinicians make about food recommendations to implementation strategies. In other words, when you change a diet you may inadvertently ADD problematic foods to the set or REMOVE problematic foods too quickly!
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"You can’t use adaptogenic herbs and think they’ll help you push through those all nighters or increased work load. Sure they’ll help. But if you’re not dialing back your stress, then these herbs aren’t about to push you to work harder.
It is ok to use adaptogenic herbs during times of stress. In fact, they can be tremendously helpful. But if there is no end in sight to that stress then the priority should be stress reduction first then supplementation."
Dr. Jolene Brighten shares some great insight on herbal adaptogens!
drbrighten.com “Every little stressor feels like the end for me! I’m screaming at my kids, my husband, and gritting my teeth with co-workers for at least the last 6 months,” Alice shared in her first visit. She was 10 months postpartum with her first baby and holding down a fulltime job on top of a household...
Interesting piece on nutrient depletion in our food based on atmosphere changes.
"Earlier this summer, a group of researchers published the first studies attempting to estimate what these shifts could mean for the global population. Plants are a crucial source of protein for people in the developing world, and by 2050, they estimate, 150 million people could be put at risk of protein deficiency, particularly in countries like India and Bangladesh. Researchers found a loss of zinc, which is particularly essential for maternal and infant health, could put 138 million people at risk. They also estimated that more than 1 billion mothers and 354 million children live in countries where dietary iron is projected to drop significantly, which could exacerbate the already widespread public health problem of anemia."
politico.com The atmosphere is literally changing the food we eat, for the worse. And almost nobody is paying attention.
A study of real-world exposure to non-ionizing radiation from magnetic fields in pregnant women found a significantly higher rate of miscarriage, providing new evidence regarding their potential health risks.
I asked for an EMF protection phone case for Christmas! They also make defender pads for laptops.
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sciencedaily.com A study of real-world exposure to non-ionizing radiation from magnetic fields in pregnant women found a significantly higher rate of miscarriage, providing new evidence regarding their potential health risks.
A grain-free, paleo, specific carb, or GAPS are commonly touted as ways to address digestive conditions. However, many of these diet protocols are very specific and include high amounts of foods that some some people do not tolerate. It’s one of the biggest mistakes I see people come to me for in my nutrition practice!
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Tara’s daughter’s success story of hope and healing demonstrates the power of a multi-faceted approach which encompasses a therapeutic diet, biomedical intervention, developmental therapies and functional neurology-based rehabilitation. Her daughter is now thriving!
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Nourishing Hope for Autism and ADHD
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nourishinghope.com Nutrition and Diet for Autism, ADHD, and related disorders
"The person is not just their genes-but rather a combination of genes and the environment. The environment is more than the air I breath, the food I eat, or the chemicals I'm exposed to. It's also my internal environment. The unique microbes that inhabit my body"
-Ken Sharlin, M.D.
Recently, I was asked about my thoughts on genetic online testing (23andMe) and how people should be utilizing this new ability to access their genetics. This short video blog is my response to the question. #genetics #biohacking
"An exciting study indicates that supplementation with methyl B12 (the coenzyme or active form of vitamin B12 which is also known as methylcobalamin) could lead to an overall amelioration of autism symptoms by improving DNA methylation. You see, not all genes are active at all times: it is the role of DNA methylation, an epigenetic mechanism, to turn a cell’s genes on and off at the appropriate time – this process appears to be impaired in many individuals with autism."
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By learning to identify specific underlying factors like health history, environmental triggers, chronic conditions and symptoms, food reactions, and biochemistry, you gain a system that will enable you to get to the root of your clients problem! Get your free copy of my guide “10 Pivotal Nutrition Questions Practitioners Must Ask to Improve Their Clinical Results” link above in profile 👆👆
Not every practitioner realizes that these seemingly healthy changes and focus on nutrient dense foods can actually cause or exacerbate underlying biochemical issues. For example, some people cannot handle salicylates, oxylates, or FODMAPS. A food that is healthy for one person, is not healthy for another.
Are you a practitioner who wants to dig deeper with your clients, and see improvements in your clinical results?
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There are many different approaches to healing, depending on ones bioindividual needs. Once you understand what foods may be causing the problem, only then can you decipher which diet is best for that individual.
Here's my Facebook LIVE video for Nutritional Therapy Association on "10 Pivotal Questions Nutritional Therapists Should Ask to Help Improve Your Clinical Results."
NTA LIVE with Julie Matthews - 10 Pivotal Questions Nutritional Therapists Should Ask
Join our webinar “The Glyphosate, Oxalate, and Sulfate Connection: Key Links between Diet and Chronic Disease” With Stephanie Seneff, PhD and Julie Matthews, NC.
There are many biochemical and health implications of glyphosate and expert, Stephanie Seneff, will discuss the connect with glyphosate and certain biochemical processes that when inhibited can affect our ability to handle many healthy foods. In this webinar Julie Matthews, who specializes in therapeutic diets and food compounds like oxalate, salicylate, amines, and more, and Dr. Seneff will discuss what practitioners need to know about glyphosate, how it affects our health and ability to tolerate healthy foods, and what you can do to guide your clients.
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Eight years after his diagnosis, her son is recovering from autism. Don't miss this amazing interview with Susan Levin, author of "Unlocked: A Family Emerging from the Shadows of Autism" on Epidemic Answers with Beth Lambert.
cr142.infusionsoft.com Join us as Susan relates that each child with autism has a unique set of underlying organic imbalances, which is determined through lab testing and clinical observations.
First autism study of its kind by Drs. Martha Herbert and Ya Wen. It's an exciting day for those of us in the autism field! This is an exciting and groundbreaking study. “Our pathway network analysis is the first bioinformatics study in autism to connect the dots of brain and body – of autism and accompanying medical conditions, of autism and vulnerability to environmental stress – in one investigation,” says Ya Wen, PhD http://www.massgeneral.org/about/pressrelease.aspx?id=1918
massgeneral.org A group of Massachusetts General Hospital investigators has identified key underlying biological processes that involve some of the hundreds of genes known to contribute to the risk of autism spectrum disorders.
Could new class of fungicides play a role in autism, Alzheimer's disease, Huntington's disease, and other neurodegenerative diseases?https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/03/160331082500.htm
sciencedaily.com A class of commonly used fungicides has been found that produce gene expression changes similar to those in people with autism and neurodegenerative conditions, including Alzheimer's disease and Huntington's disease.
New research shows "women who seek out the sun were generally at lower risk for cardiovascular disease (CVD) and noncancer/non-CVD diseases such as diabetes, multiple sclerosis, and pulmonary diseases, than those who avoided sun exposure."
medscape.com Researchers find that over 20 years, women with greater sun exposure live longer and have lower risk for cardiovascular disease and noncancer/non-CVD diseases than sun avoiders.
Another story trying to debunk diets for autism. Please, if diet has helped you or your clients, consider posting your comments on the website. There are many naysayers out there and it hurts children when parents are discouraged from trying a special diet. https://theconversation.com/gluten-and-casein-free-diet-makes-a-meal-of-autism-science-53637
theconversation.com In some cases, clinicians recommend special diets; in others, they're instigated by parents eager to find anything that may help their child.
Here's a detailed summary of a study conducted by Dr. James Adams on the Effects of a Vitamin/Mineral Supplement in Autism. See Autism Nutrition Research Center for more on the supplement used and Dr. Adams work.
bioindividualnutrition.com Recently, there has been quite a lot of controversy in the media (and even in the nutrition field) on whether diet and nutritional supplements can help autism.
If you have nutrition clients or patients following a low oxalate diet, check out some of the low oxalate greens to choose from and our low oxalate kale salad recipe in our latest blog post. And feel free to share some of your personal favorites with us.
bioindividualnutrition.com While most greens are high oxalate, it is not impossible for you or your patient/client to enjoy greens on a low oxalate diet. Lacinato kale, red kale, collard
A study out of Tufts University found that coconut oil effectively controlled the overgrowth of Candida albicans (C. albicans) in mice. The research suggests the possibility of using coconut oil as an effective dietary approaches and an alternative to antifungal drugs in order to decrease the risk of infections caused by C. albicans. Have you found coconut oil to help your clients or patients with candida?
bioindividualnutrition.com Nutrition Research Review microscope and abstract molecules isolated A study out of Tufts University found that coconut oil effectively controlled the
Learn more about how oxalates can cause oxidative stress, inflammation, and mitochondrial damage, and how they can play a role in chronic disease.
bioindividualnutrition.com New science and clinical experience reveal concerns about oxalates that far exceed traditional kidney stone pathology. In order to best support their patients
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